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Ecosystem services in the system of stimulation sustainable development of territories

Yulia Shpyliova and Tetiana Nosulich
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Yulia Shpyliova: Public Institution "Institute of Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine", Kyiv
Tetiana Nosulich: Public Institution "Institute of Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine", Kyiv

Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2016, 228-236

Abstract: The article is devoted the actual issue of today - research of place ecosystem services in supporting economical, ecological and social development of the regions of Ukraine. Is proved that ecosystem assessment promotes the extended understanding of the relationships between them and income of people, demonstrating their economic potential, reveals the possibility of political and administrative decisions to support the sustainability of ecosystem services, alignment with the needs of people etc. Formation of the national market ecosystem services provides realization fundamental strategic scientific and applied ecological, economical and other sectoral research as well as formation of an effective normative and legal base. Therefore, by authors is analyzed the current research portfolio in the area, is transformed their own interpretation of the concept of "ecosystem services". Principles of their formation, essence and mechanisms of payment for them are researched. The main types of financial relations (schemes) in this field of activity: public, private, public-private, commercial exchange and conservation bank / compensation schemes are outlined. Measures to encourage the development of the market of ecosystem services of Ukraine are proposed.

Date: 2016
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